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  2. SIR HECTOR MACDONALD.

    In connection with the case of the late Major-General Sir Hector Macdonald, it has transpired that, at the suggestion of Field-Marshal Lord Roberts, King Edward ...

    Article : 345 words
  3. AUSTRALIAN INTERESTS.

    The directors of the London Bank of Australia propose to reduce the capital of the bank by £7 10s. per share, in order to make the fullest provision for losses of ...

    Article : 119 words
  4. GREAT BRITAIN.

    It has been officially announced that the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch are handing over Dalkeith Palace to the King and Queen, on the occasion of the visit of their ...

    Article : 70 words
  5. THE WEATHER.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 149 words
  6. GENERAL CABLE MESSAGES.

    Router's Agency hak reaffirmed the Statement that the South African Intercolonial Conforence which lately concluded its sittings at Bloemrfontein agreed to a ...

    Article : 65 words
  7. PERSONAL.

    The Minister for Railways (Mr. Leahy) and the Commissioner (Mr. Thallon), who have been making an inspection of the Central line, are expected to reach ...

    Article : 494 words
  8. QUEENSLAND.

    The committee of the Eassifern and Dugandan Agricultural and Pastoral Association met at the Board Hall on Saturday, and there was a very good attendance of members. The president (Mr. ...

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  9. GERMANY AND THE UNITED STATES.

    With regard to the action of President Roosevelt in declining the invitation of the German Emperor for an American naval squadron to go to Kiel, Mr. Smalley, ...

    Article : 110 words
  10. THE WAR INQUIRY COMMISSION.

    The principal witness examined by the War Inquiry Commission yesterday was the Marquis of Lansdowne, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and formerly ...

    Article : 151 words
  11. THE DEPORTED KANAKAS.

    Replying to a question by Lord Lamington in the House of Lords yesterday, the Earl of Onslow, Under Secretary for the Colonies, said he interpreted the ...

    Article : 137 words
  12. REPORTS FROM THE COUNTRY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 346 words
  13. A NEW RUSSIAN LOAN.

    The Brussels correspondent of the Standard" states that the Russian Government is secretly negotiating with a syndicate of Franco-Belgian bankers for ...

    Article : 64 words
  14. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION.

    The election of a member of the House of Commons for the Chertsey division of Surrey, necessitated by the death of the late member, Mr. H. C. Leigh-Bennett ...

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  15. FLOODS AT TOWNSVILLE.

    The 12.40 p.m. train for Charters Towers has been stuck up at Woodstock, the water being 5ft. over the bridge at the Reid River. At Cluden the svater is now 4ft. ...

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  16. THE NEW BISHOP OF AUCKLAND.

    The Rev. M. R. Nellgan, who has been appointed Anglican Bishop of Auckland, has been presented by his parishioners with an address, a cheque for £750, and an ...

    Article : 38 words
  17. THE BULGARIAN MINISTERY.

    News from Sofia states that in the absence of any politician willing to succeed General Paprikoff, who lately resigned the position of Minister for War, the ...

    Article : 39 words
  18. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    Arrivals.—Waikato, s., from New Zealand ports; Offenbach, s., from Sydney and Melbourne; Niwaru, s., from New Zealand ports; Maori, s., from New Zealand ports. ...

    Article : 66 words
  19. NEW SOUTH WALES.

    Early this morning a fire broke out in a general store, the property of J. Cusack, at Wyalong, and the dames, fanned by the wind, bipread to other buildings. ...

    Article : 67 words
  20. A STRIKE ENDED.

    The protracted strike of shipyard joiners in the shipbuilding works on the Rivers Tyne and Tees has now been brought to an end, the men having accepted an ...

    Article : 52 words
  21. THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE.

    The Cambridge crew have discarded the short boat in their training for the University eight-oar race, and have resumed the use of the iboat in which they rowed ...

    Article : 86 words
  22. THE IRISH LAND BILL.

    There is a remorkafcile consensus of opinion favouiraible to the 'Irish Land Bill introduced by Mr. Wyndham in the House of Commons yesterday, among leading ...

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  23. MINISTERIAL VISIT TO MOUNT MORUAN.

    The Hon. J. Leahy, Mr. Thallon, and Mr. Foisyth, M.L.A., visited Mount Morgan yesterday by special train. The Municipal Council and leading citizens showed the ...

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  24. LATER PARTICULARS.

    It is now announced that, in accordance with the wishes of the relatives of Sir Hector Macdonald, he will be buried in Paris The funeral will be of an entirely ...

    Article : 346 words
  25. SYDNEY, MARCH 27.

    An inquest was held to-day regarding the fire at Hentsch's Bond. Two employees stated that they were working on the fifth floor, where the fire was first seen, till ...

    Article : 124 words
  26. LIST OF RAINFALLS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 527 words
  27. ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION.

    Sir Clements Markham, President of the Royal Geographical Society, who has been interviewed with regard to the reports received of the operations of the Discovery ...

    Article : 122 words
  28. A LEGAL, CONUNDRUM.

    A peculiar discovery has been made by the police magistrate at Lithgow, in connection with the Early Closing Act. An oyster saloonkeeper was charged with ...

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  29. PRESENTATION TO THE SCULLING CHAMPION.

    At Newcastle to-night R. Tresslder, who won the sculling championship of Australia, was presented with a gold watch and chain by his local admirers. Clarence ...

    Article : 55 words
  30. TOWNSVILLEE CYCLONE FUND.

    The Burns, Philp, and Co. Fund, in aid of the sufferers from the Townsville cyclone, now amounts to £497 8s. 6d. ...

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  31. SIR DANIEL COOPER'S ESTATE.

    The will of Sir Daniel Cooper, Bart., who died in London In 1902, has been filed here. The net value of the New South Wales portion of the estate is sworn at under ...

    Article : 301 words
  32. THE MORNING'S CRUISE.

    Captain Colbeck, of the Antarctic relief ship Morning, denies the report that scurvy occurred on either his ship or the Discovery. At present it is anticipated ...

    Article : 197 words
  33. CHARTERS TOWERS.

    One hundred and fifty points fell here during the last thirty-six hours. The rainfall extended as far west as Jardine Valley, ten miles from Hughenden, but is ...

    Article : 58 words
  34. LONDON BANK.

    On receipt of the cablegram, published in another column, referring to the London Chartered Bank, we communicated with Mr. J. J. Booty, manager of the local ...

    Article : 194 words
  35. OFFICIAL ADVICES.

    The Deputy Postmaster-General received the following telegram yesterday afternoon from Townsville:—" Seven inches 63 points of rain have fallen here from 9 a.m. ...

    Article : 259 words
  36. VICTORIA.

    Larrikins resented Constable R Bartlett living in a street in Brunswick, which they infested, and a band of them assaulted him, and one of them fractured ...

    Article : 45 words
  37. STEAMER RUNIC GRANTED PRATIQUE.

    The White Star liner Runtc, which arrived on (Thursday night from Adelaide, was granted pratique, after inspection by Dr. Greswel[?] ...

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  38. THE DISCOVERY EXPEDITION.

    Further particulars of the Discovery Antarctic expedition states that Captain Scott made a sledge journey from the Discovery while she was in winter quarters ...

    Article : 559 words
  39. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 206 words
  40. OVERLAND PASSENGERS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 121 words
  41. SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

    The value of the estate of the late Dr. Morgan Thomas ihas been declared at £90,400. The bulk of the estate goes to the Public Library. ...

    Article : 36 words
  42. PASSESNGERS FOR BRISBANE.

    Our Hobart correspondent wires that the steamer Athenic, which has arrived from London, brings five third-class Passengers for Brisbane. ...

    Article : 178 words
  43. ARLTUNGA GOLDFIELD.

    At a meeting to form a Mount Bartlett Syndicate to exploit Arltunga properties, the question was raised: Was it worth while proceeding, in view of the recent ...

    Article : 51 words
  44. A FACT, NOT A BOAST OUR NEW AUTUMN SUITING'S.

    It is not a matter of boasiting, but a simple matter of fact, that Chas. Gilbert's range of New Suitings comprise the finest selection in the State; whilst his cash ...

    Article : 116 words
  45. TOWNSVILLE DISASTER FUND.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 90 words
  46. THE LIPP PIANO

    Is just the (piano you want Genuine Lipp Pianos are obtainable only at the sole agents, Paling and Co. Lists post free. "CHALLENGE."—Absolutely Pure. ...

    Article : 84 words
  47. OUR CONSTANT AIM

    Is to please every customer by supplying goods of undoubted quality at moderate prices. Our cutters are experts, and we guarantee satisfaction in every department. ...

    Article : 58 words
  48. A BIG SCORE

    By Fegan anti Ruddle, Valley, with their reflection phetos of children. See them. " CHALLENGE."—London Prize Medal. Luxury ia the best Tobacco. ...

    Article : 29 words
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